Adult Literacy, Numeracy and Cultural Capability

Kia ora and welcome to our new home for literacy, numeracy (LLN) and cultural capability resources to support people working with adult learners.

 

Reading collections: 

The Reading Collections are part of a suite of linked materials to support adult literacy learning. The materials include books for learners, audio versions of the books and learners’ guides. The learners’ guides include a number of activities to support the learner strengthen their reading skills as they read the articles within the Reading Collections.

READING COLLECTIONS books

 

The Learning Progressions booklets:     

progressions set

Contextualised resources:

Reaching resources previously available on Te Arapiki Ako:

nclana-archive.ako.ac.nz

Thanks to Haunt Digital, we are able to give you access to an archived version of the old National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults’ website, but note that some functionality has been disabled.

The Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Tool:

The New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) have migrated the Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Tool (LNAAT) plus all support resources to their own website.
Online support information will be accessible from the LNAAT main homepage.

Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool 

Embedding Cultural Capability:

A key part of the ALNACC work will be to embed cultural capability by building on the success of our previous work under He Taunga Waka, a literacy and numeracy professional learning programme that incorporated cultural capability. 

Māori Learner Success - Cultural Capability Resources

Pacific Learner Success - Cultural Capability Resources

Cultural Capability Pathways:

We are proud to launch our online Cultural Capability Pathway modules for anyone interested in improving Māori and Pacific learner success.

Download the flyers to find out how to access. 

Māori Cultural Capability Pathway Flyer (PDF, 1.1 MB)

Pacific Cultural Centredness Pathway Flyer (PDF, 1.4 MB)

Both pathways are available free online on www.pathwaysawarua.com

 

If you have any questions about this process or LLN / ALN resources, please email us at: aln@ako.ac.nz